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  • Rams defeat Tri-Center

    Glenwood came back from a 1-0 deficit to defeat Tri-Center and complete its regular season with a 13-1 record.

    The game, which featured just two officials instead of the usual three, was more physical than coach Brad Selvey expected but he thought his team dealt with that physicality pretty well.

    “It was a much more physical game than we were anticipating,” said Selvey. “We really escaped with a win and really, without injuries. It was kind of a chippy game.”

  • Rams defeat Tri-Center

    Glenwood came back from a 1-0 deficit to defeat Tri-Center and complete its regular season with a 13-1 record.

    The game, which featured just two officials instead of the usual three, was more physical than coach Brad Selvey expected but he thought his team dealt with that physicality pretty well.

    “It was a much more physical game than we were anticipating,” said Selvey. “We really escaped with a win and really, without injuries. It was kind of a chippy game.”

  • Ram season ends in district semifinals

    “It's not the team that plays the prettiest that wins. It's the team that scores the most goals that wins,” said Glenwood coach Brad Silvey of his team's 2-1 Class 2A District semifinal loss to Council Bluffs St. Albert on Friday at Iowa Western Community College.

    “Honestly, we played the game we wanted to play. We had strong possessions and spread it out well. Unfortunately, St. Albert finished better than we did and we couldn’t come back,” said Silvey.

  • Ram season ends in district semifinals

    “It's not the team that plays the prettiest that wins. It's the team that scores the most goals that wins,” said Glenwood coach Brad Silvey of his team's 2-1 Class 2A District semifinal loss to Council Bluffs St. Albert on Friday at Iowa Western Community College.

    “Honestly, we played the game we wanted to play. We had strong possessions and spread it out well. Unfortunately, St. Albert finished better than we did and we couldn’t come back,” said Silvey.

  • Fremont-Mill falls 9-4

    Clarinda handed Fremont-Mills a 9-4 loss on Saturday in a non-conference baseball tilt.

    The Knights pounded out 10 hits with Brandon Herrick, Thomas Ware, Dylan Miller and Austin Hansen each getting two hits. Hansen drove in two runs.

    Herrick took the loss on the hill after allowing just one earned run and scattering five hits.

    Fremont-Mills 12,

    Clarinda Academy 2

    Austin Hansen pitched a complete-game three hitter and drove in two runs for Fremont-Mills in a 12-2 win over Clarinda Academy on Thursday.

  • Fremont-Mill falls 9-4

    Clarinda handed Fremont-Mills a 9-4 loss on Saturday in a non-conference baseball tilt.

    The Knights pounded out 10 hits with Brandon Herrick, Thomas Ware, Dylan Miller and Austin Hansen each getting two hits. Hansen drove in two runs.

    Herrick took the loss on the hill after allowing just one earned run and scattering five hits.

    Fremont-Mills 12,

    Clarinda Academy 2

    Austin Hansen pitched a complete-game three hitter and drove in two runs for Fremont-Mills in a 12-2 win over Clarinda Academy on Thursday.

  • Three from Mills County named to pre-season all-state team

    Three Mills County football players have been named to the Iowa Football Coaches Association Pre-season All-State football teams.

    Dylan Blankenship and Colin White of Glenwood were named to the Class 3A team. Blankenship, a senior running back, was fourth in Class 3A last season with 1,538 yards rushing and scored 16 touchdowns. White, a senior offensive and defensive lineman, was first-team all-Hawkeye 10 Conference last year on the offensive line.

  • Three from Mills County named to pre-season all-state team

    Three Mills County football players have been named to the Iowa Football Coaches Association Pre-season All-State football teams.

    Dylan Blankenship and Colin White of Glenwood were named to the Class 3A team. Blankenship, a senior running back, was fourth in Class 3A last season with 1,538 yards rushing and scored 16 touchdowns. White, a senior offensive and defensive lineman, was first-team all-Hawkeye 10 Conference last year on the offensive line.

  • Cyclones get two in ninth to end Glenwood’s season

    For six innings, the Glenwood softball team outplayed, out hustled and out scored Harlan in its Class 3A regional quarterfinal match up on Saturday.

    It was the seventh inning that proved the problem as Harlan used two singles, a sacrifice bunt and Glenwood's only error of the game to score two runs in its final at bat to end the Rams' season with a 2-1 victory.

    Glenwood coach Tim Stanton was emotional after the game.

    “I don't think I can talk right now,” said Stanton, declining interview requests.

  • Cyclones get two in ninth to end Glenwood’s season

    For six innings, the Glenwood softball team outplayed, out hustled and out scored Harlan in its Class 3A regional quarterfinal match up on Saturday.

    It was the seventh inning that proved the problem as Harlan used two singles, a sacrifice bunt and Glenwood's only error of the game to score two runs in its final at bat to end the Rams' season with a 2-1 victory.

    Glenwood coach Tim Stanton was emotional after the game.

    “I don't think I can talk right now,” said Stanton, declining interview requests.